With the integration of Keen IO into Tessel, developers can now easily visualize the information received from connected devices, play around with it, and transform it into meaningful answers.
To help spark your imagination, consider this: With one Tessel, one Climate module, and one Ambient module, and a few lines of code, we built an environmental control dashboard for around the house that tracks:
- light level (including light triggers, which indicate occupancy)
- sound levels (including sound triggers, which indicate activity)
And that’s just the beginning! To dive in and explore the plethora of possibilities with Tessel and Keen IO, join us at Redmonk/SAP’s IoT@Scale hackathon on Thursday, October 16, from 1–5pm. If you have any questions about the hackathon, or about how Keen IO can work with Tessel, feel free to drop me a line at caroline_at_keen_dot_io.
P.S. If you’re wondering how to get started with Keen in Tessel, Technical Machine just wrote a great blog post on the subject!